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i run a building company which i use subcontractors and deduct CIS accordingly and pay on there behalf on all works i do domestic and commercial work


individual has annual allowance available to him in 16/17 of £50,000 - he makes no personal pension contribution but his employer contributes £60,000 - is this individual then liable for a tax char


The Profitable Firm's Karen Reyburn kicked off Xerocon 2016's Uni Day by asking accountants to understand what drives and demotivates their dream client.


Without asking my advice a client subscribed for shares within the Enterprise Investment Scheme to the tune of £6,000.


Imagine a scenario where by Pedro sets up a limited company is his home country inside the EU. He is the director of the company which provides consultancy services.




I currently have a private car which I sometimes use for business and will claim 45p per mile using it for business.



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I had a client who had just finished his second years trading and we filed his accounts very quickly with Co House to improve his credit rating.


I thought it could be really useful to everyone involved in AE if we could all share our experiences and known glitches, so I will start the ball rolling.


I have done a little bit of research on the internet and cannot find the answer to the question but with the introduction of the 'Personal Savings Allowance' resulting in banks paying all interest